How to Moisturize Dreads After Bleaching By Linda Horton

you can actually dip it in a little bit of bleach.

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  • Due to how roughly the dreadlocks must be handled in order to rinse/wash them as thoroughly as possible following dying or bleaching them, we do recommend waiting at least 2 – 3 month following the placement of new dreadlocks to bleach or dye your new dreadlocks. (Dreadlocks NOT started by Raging Roots Studio may benefit from waiting as much as 6 months to be sure they are properly established and locked before bleaching or dying them.)

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